Hey Mike,

I also am starting to like this subset of ZBLL quite a bit.  When I am
solving with Fridrich, even if I identify a ZBLL case I know, I try to
just stick to Fridrich algs and separate the two.

However, today when doing a Fridrich average I had a no corner perm
ZBLL T case and just had to do the alg, and it was still a fast solve!

Perhaps this could be the new "fad" for Fridrich solving.  After COLL
you could learn no corner perm ZBLL cases ;-)

Anyway, I think these algs will be fine to include into Fridrich
solving.  I am definitely also starting to like your idea to use them
very much.


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